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Manpasand Beverages invests Rs 160 crore to set up facility in Ambala

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Fruit juice player, , has completed setting up of its new manufacturing facility in Haryana.

Manpasand Beverages invests Rs 160 crore to set up facility in Ambala
The new facility, set up with an investment of around Rs 160 crore, will contribute additional 45,000 to 50,000 cases per day to Manpasand’s existing capacity of 120,000-125,000 cases per day

The new facility, set up with an investment of around Rs 160 crore, will contribute additional 45,000 to 50,000 cases per day to Manpasand’s existing capacity of 120,000-125,000 cases per day.

The company funded the investments through its initial public offer (IPO) in 2015.

According to Chairman, , “The facility will produce the entire range of Fruits Up drinks, carbonated and non-carbonated, along with the flagship brand, Mango Sip, Singh said. “From a strategic point of view, this facility will give us an upper hand in reaching out to markets in north and north-eastern India.”

With the Ambala facility in near operational phase, Manpasand has now five manufacturing facilities located in various parts of India.

Two at Vadodara in Gujarat, one in Varanasi, UP, one in Dehradun, and the new one at Ambala in Haryana. The company is also planning to set up a new plant in South India in future.